Originally released in 2003, the self-titled Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game on PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube does not have the pristine legacy of Turtles in Time. To its credit, it also doesn’t carry the infamy of their NES debut. Though I don’t know for certain, I get the sense that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003) is one of many forgotten games with the Ninja Turtles name that probably deserves to be left behind.
That said, life has a funny way of digging up the past. Join Kris, Rachel, and I as we talk about our separate histories with the game and how they collided in 2018!
The latest addition to the Injustice 2 roster is one that caught me by surprise. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are coming to Injustice 2 and it’s heavily implied that they’ll play as one character.
First off, I love it. The Ninja Turtles started out in the world of comics, and they somewhat recently crossed over into the DC Universe with Batman, so this isn’t completely out of line. Having not played as the Ninja Turtles in a fighting game since the surprisingly good Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters, I look forward to playing as them when I eventually get a copy. That said, I’m very curious to see how NetherRealm incorporates the four characters into one. Is there stance-switching between the four? Is one character the main and the others come out as assists or as part of specific special move animations? We’ll find out soon enough!
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2010 has been a monumental year for In Third Person. To be fair, it’s not hard to have a monumental year when you’ve only been around for two years, but I digress. In 2010, I moved the site from Blogger to WordPress, and In Third Person was featured on the WordPress.com home page. These two moves turned this pet project that nobody visited into a site that draws thousands of visits a month. I’ve worked on a number of different personal social media projects since 2003, and this by far has been the most successful.
Before I say goodbye to 2010, I wanted to wrap up this year by spotlighting the top 5 In Third Person Posts of 2010. Click through to see what were the most popular In Third Person posts of the year.
October 2010 was another monumental month for In Third Person. Despite not being featured on the WordPress.com home page this month, traffic to In Third Person in October still surpassed the September 2010 figures by a wide margin. What I find most crazy is that In Third Person has a new most viewed post of all-time, and it didn’t need to be featured on the WordPress.com homepage to reach that milestone.
Without further ado, here are the top 5 In Third Person posts of October 2010.